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Saturday, August 08, 2015

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Graze Breakfast Box Review

Good morning - who am I kidding, I am never chipper in the AM - if I am run , run for the hills as something is seriously wrong. Hell may just have frozen over. I loathe mornings and very seldom eat breakfast, I'd rather have an extra ten minutes in bed than prepare food. I want to like breakfast but pretty much everything quick and easy is bland, sure I like cereal but I get tired of the same thing daily. Until I can afford a personal chef, or y'know get on board with the whole the early bird catches the worm concept there is a surprise alternative in Graze Breakfast Box.

Graze Breakfast Box Review

In the past I haven't been the kindest critic of the Graze franchise; yes it is a novel idea but more often than not I either hate the contents of the snack box or eat them all in one sitting - both my thighs and bank balance took a hit a few years ago for this very reason. However the Graze Breakfast Box gains my seal of approval for many reasons: firstly no two sachets within the box are the same,resulting in a week of varied breakfasts. The portion size is generous (no grumbling tummy come 11am) and you can select which porridge and granola blends you'd like to try - at last count there are over 20 varieties, all of which are relativity healthy. Simply wake up, decide which breakfast treat you are going to indulge in and add your milk, yoghurt and/or additional fruit of choice and enjoy. It is that easy.

Graze Breakfast Box Review

At £3.99 a box, which includes postage direct to your doorstep it isn't expensive yet it does somewhat offer a daily, indulgent treat - albeit in the form of breakfast. For the record I've yet to receive a breakfast blend that I do not like, the selection process ensures you never receive something that you don't want and of course caters to allergies. My main bone of contention is that for most a working week is five days not four, I know for most that this won't be a massive problem but I'm lazy and as mentioned above where food is concerned I tire easily. I'd rather see a slight inflation in price - say an additional £1 and receive a Graze breakfast sachet for each week day. Just an idea of course. Otherwise this is a great, affordable and more importantly enjoyable way to start the day, well four days out of the week at least.

You can read more and of course sign up for a Graze Breakfast Box here - link.



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11 comments:

  1. I've had tons of their vouchers and I'm ordering them when I get back to the UK!

    www.angerawrs.co.uk

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  2. Oooo this looks good. I hate committing to a full box, as I only use a little in my yoghurt, so after a few weeks i'm ready to launch whatever is left into the bin... will need to look into this as £3.99 is a fab.

    If you are looking for a super amazing breakfast which will make you get up in the morning grab some Biscoff Spread from Tesco, make yourself some plain porridge then put a good spoonful of the spread in the middle. All I can say is that it melts. And it tastes like heaven. Highly recommend!

    http://www.makeerinover.blogspot.com

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  3. Oooh this is a good idea if you want to have a healthier start to your day - and I'm the same, I eat it all in one sitting!

    Lauren x
    Britton Loves | Lifestyle Food Beauty

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  4. I've tried the Graze Breakfast Box and loved it! The choice is great! The mango lassi looks good!

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  5. I've never really tried the graze box; I've wanted to, but at the same time I'm not really jumping up and down at the thought of having to subscribe to yet another 'pay regularly' thing! I really like the look of this though, and it's not a bad price so I reckon it's something I'll have to take a closer look into!

    Herelectricocean.blogspot.co.uk

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  6. These look delicious! They would definitely make getting up in the morning a little easier.

    xo, Liz
    http://lipstickandconfetti.com

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  7. This sounds great. I am the same as you with the original Graze box, found it to be a total waste of money but this sounds right up my street. I would like it to maybe be £5.99 and get one pack for each day of the week xx

    An Impatient Scottish Girl

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  8. heard so much about graze before and I can't wait to give it go. especially the snack boxes look really nice! x
    lynn | http://nexttolondon.blogspot.co.uk/

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  9. ooh I really need to try this out! They look so yummy xx

    www.monochromeroses.blogspot.co.uk

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  10. This is such a great idea! I always miss breakfast so having it delivered would be a perfect alternative to missing it!

    http://www.abigailalicex.com

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  11. I've tried the Graze box and to start with I loved it but then I realised i was actually snacking more than normal had I not ordered the box! This sounds good but strange that they wouldn't cater for 5 days! xx

    franklyflawless.com

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